Re: [DML] Flag Applique (was Proximity sensor
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Re: [DML] Flag Applique (was Proximity sensor

Mike - This may be rather embarassing.  I bought rolls of vinyl self-
adhesive "contact paper" shelf liner material from wherever I could 
find enough of approximately the right color.  The white came from 
Walmart, the red from a hobby store called Michaels, and the blue from 
somewhere that I don't recall.  The stars were all cut out from the 
white material, and the stripes were alternating white and red widths 
of the vinyl, laid side to side.  Everything was laid down on the car 
by hand, with the goal of making the stripes and other features 
straight when viewed from directly above.  The gold lettering was made 
at a sign shop and was provided to me at cost when they found out what 
the application was.  I hope this helps.  Be sure to provide us with 
pictures of the result of your efforts.

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1" (Spirit of America 9/2001 - 6/2002)
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Mike Atkinson" <mikeatk@...> wrote:
> Hi Toby,
> I have a quick question.  What kind of material did you use for the 
American flag on your car.  I'd like to do a pattern of my own.  Also, 
if you have any suggestions on where to get it that would be great.
> Thanks
> Mike Atkinson
> vin 16232

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